Unrecognized junction points in shared folders

Discussion in 'A+ Certification' started by Dave Hardenbrook, May 16, 2007.

  1. Here's the setup: I have two PCs in a workgroup which I'll call A & B.

    A is running Windows XP Home SP2 and has a shared folder that contains a
    series of subfolders that are junction points. B is running Windows
    2000 (no service pack specified). B can access the shared folder, and
    *some* of the junction folders inside it, but trying to open other
    junction folders generate an "Access Denied" message.

    What could be causing this? What would cause computer B to be able to
    access the shared folder on computer A and *some* of its junction point
    subfolders, but not others? (All the target folders the junction points
    point to are on the same partition on A, if that makes a difference.)

    Dave
     
    Dave Hardenbrook, May 16, 2007
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